Exceptional Senior Living Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale Area
MorningStar of Fountain Hills offers the finest senior living Fountain Hills, Phoenix, and Scottsdale has to offer providing residents with a carefree lifestyle of resort-style amenities, best-in-class dining and hospitality. We offer 63 suites for assisted living (some as large as 870 square feet) and 28 secure suites devoted to the personalized, specialized care for residents with memory impairment from Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia. Read More
We are located next to Fountain Park and Recreation, home of the world-famous fountain whose geyser shoots water to a height of 562 feet every hour. Desert Canyon Golf Club, Fountain Hills Theater, and River of Time Museum are a few of the main attractions near us.
Senior Living Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale Area – Dedicated to Valuing Seniors
At MorningStar of Fountain Hills, our residents are treated to the best senior living in the area with resort-style amenities, Executive chef-prepared meals, housekeeping and laundry services, licensed nurse on-site seven days a week, a responsive and caring staff and much more. Our spacious suites are designed with ceiling lighting, high ceilings, large windows, full, handicapped-accessible bathrooms, emergency call systems, and private heating & air conditioning.
MorningStar of Fountain Hill’s unique mission statement “to honor, to value, to invest,” sets us apart from other senior living communities. Please contact us to learn more about the most trusted senior living Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale has to offer.
My parents inspired (and expected) me to always help those in need. In my small hometown that meant taking someone to dialysis or bringing over a meal. Elders were often the recipients of this hospitality, including my Grandpa Elmer. Seniors have so much to share and teach about patience and respect, what they’ve done in their lives. So amazing! Wish we could tape all our conversations for the next generation to hear.
My love for seniors began as a child. When my mother died in a car accident at 25 years old, Dad moved himself and four daughters (I was 16 months old) into his parents’ home. Living in a three-generation household put me in an environment where elderly neighbors were my friends and entertainment. Mrs. Brewster taught me to knit, Mrs. Cooper kept an eye on us and allowed us to play on her hill. She taught me how to be kind and considerate of others. Mrs. Wise had the best garden I enjoyed every year. Grandmother taught me everything that I am. To this day I am forever grateful for her guidance and inspiration.